Tucked away in the foothills of the majestic Bue Ridge Mountains, Dawsonville sits on a valley located 10 miles northwest of Lake Lanier, the water reservoir that provides clean water to the residents of Atlanta. Dawsonville is the kind of town where there are no traffic jams, people still know their neighbors, and where there is a strong sense of community among residents.
A city in Dawson County, Dawsonville is a place that knows how to celebrate country life. People here enjoy their close proximity to natural wonders and great destinations for outdoor recreational activities like fishing, hiking, kayaking, canoeing, and horseback riding. If you’re looking for shopping destinations, Dawsonville is home to a smorgasbord of North Georgia Premium Outlets that offer high-end items at a much cheaper price. Unique specialty boutiques can also be found all over Dawsonville where great finds await shoppers.
Dawsonville is characterized as a modern residential community and has a diversity of real estate options available, from luxury homes to upscale condominiums and townhouse developments. This makes it an ideal place for raising a family as well as for stress-free and luxurious retirement living. Not to mention the fact that property tax here is considerably lower compared to its surrounding counties.
Moonshine Festival (October)
One of the most highly anticipated events in Dawsonville, the Moonshine Festival celebrates Dawson County’s eventful history, highlighting incidents from the Prohibition era and more.
Spring Fling (May)
In this two-day event, local artisans and craftsmen come together downtown to celebrate and display their finest creations.
Amicalola Falls State Park
One of Georgie’s most popular destinations, the majestic AmicalolaFalls drops from a height of 729 feet and is considered to be the tallest cascading waterfall in the Southeast.
View stunning vistas and magnificent scenery as you venture on foot to discover Georgia’s landscape through this legendary trail that’s perfect for every type of hiker.